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Saturday, 22 September 2018 00:00

Africa Lotto joins fight against Cholera

FOLLOWING a passionate plea to help contain the spread of Cholera in the capital city Harare, Africa Lotto has swiftly responded by donating 100 000litres of clean water to the affected areas. The high-density suburbs of Budiriro, Glen View, Glen Norah and Mufakose are some of the worst affected areas. Mr Joel Zizhou, a Senior Environmental Health Officer with City of Harare, said Council will distribute the highest percentage of the water at shopping centres in Budiriro 1, Budiriro 2, Budiriro 3, Budiriro 4 as well as Budiriro 5A and B. “These are some of the worst affected areas,” said Mr Zizhou. “We will distribute to shopping centres because they are close to homes.” Mr Zizhou thanked Africa Lotto for their gesture, saying the water will greatly help contain the outbreak. “In the past when we received this kind of donation it really went a very long way. This donation from Africa Lotto will help in a very big way.” The Zimbabwean Government has declared a Cholera emergency and called on corporates and individuals to help fight the water-borne disease, which has since claimed 31 lives in the capital since the first case was reported. “We identified that the source of the outbreak was contaminated water,” said Dr Isaac Phiri, who is in charge of the prevention and control of communicable diseases in the Ministry of Health. “So we were desperately in need of water and other commodities. But water was chiefly critical. The City of Harare is unable to adequately supply clean water 24 hours daily because of the numerous challenges they have, that’s why people were now getting water from unprotected sources.” Dr Phiri expressed gratitude to Africa Lotto and others who have responded to the call to donate to this cause. “Many donors have helped in this regard – supplying water, tanks and other useful stuff,” he said. “Africa Lotto have chipped in with 100 000litres of water. This is highly commendable. They are giving back to the community. We are very grateful for their support.”
Thursday, 20 September 2018 00:00

Africalotto in the community

Water donation from Africa Lotto to help curb Cholera
Thursday, 23 August 2018 00:00

$10 000-winning grandpa wants more!

63-year-old bus driver, Emmanuel Kakweza, has won $10 000 after scratching a $1 Strike and Win card which is amongst the array of scratch card products offered by Africa Lotto. Mr. Kakweza says he is encouraged to keep trying his luck for a much bigger jackpot. “I will also stop when I win this,” Glen View resident Kakweza said, pointing to a promotional banner in the Karigamombe branch, which showed a previous lucky punter winning $200 000. “I also want that $200 000 now. Then I can stop.” This is by miles the biggest pay cheque won by Kakweza since he started playing the scratch-card two years ago. “Before it was $5, $10, and perhaps the odd $100 winnings. I’m over the moon, son, and I owe Africa Lotto a huge amount of gratitude.” The father of eight and grandfather to several grandchildren has been a gambler since his youthful days, but he says he is pretty new to the Africa Lotto scratch-card, which he reckons is much more winnable. “This one is easier than yekunyora iya. I encourage fellow punters to put their money on this one.” Kakweza’s win was from a stake of a dollar, and he says he sent one of his younger sons to buy the winning scratch-card. “I called my best friend and fellow punter Promise Maziwisa after I won, and he obviously is extremely happy for me. I just haven’t decided on how to use the money, I will sit down with my family and plan. But being a driver, I think I will invest in the transport business.”
Friday, 01 June 2018 00:00

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Friday, 01 June 2018 00:00

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On Wednesday we donated food stuffs to Chinyaradzo Children's home in Highfield. The Home received mealie meal, rice, sugar, cooking oil and Mazowe among other groceries. Chinyaradzo Children's Home is a non profit making organization which looks after children from birth -18years.
Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:00

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Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:00

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Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:00

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